NPT Civil War Series Wins Two Regional Emmy Awards

Greta Requierme and Beth Curley
Greta Requierme, left, and Beth Curley celebrate their Emmy Win for “No Going Back: Women and the War.”

We are proud to announce that two documentaries in our Tennessee Civil War 150 series picked up Emmy® Awards last night when the Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards were announced at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Crisis of Faith won in the DOCUMENTARY/CULTURAL category, earning statuettes for Justin Harvey, Paul Mojonnier and Kevin Crane, while No Going Back: Women and the War won in the HISTORICAL/CULTURAL PROGRAM category,  handing Emmys to Greta Requierme, Ed Jones, Beth Curley and the show’s narrator, Mary Chapin Carpenter.

Special thanks to The Tennessee National Heritage Area, the Tennessee Dept. of Education and the Tennessee Sesquicentennial Commission, who in part make Tennessee Civil War 150 possible. And extra special thanks to our loyal viewers and supports, who without which, none of what we do would be possible. Thanks!

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